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About ERH

ERH services the Shire of Campaspe, which encompasses an area of 4,519 square kilometres, and the cross-border Murray River Council, with an area of 17,416 square kilometres.

Campaspe Shire is located in Victoria’s Loddon Mallee Region, 180km north of Melbourne and is a predominantly rural area covering 4,518 square kilometres with a population of 37,919. It has significant residential areas in the townships of Echuca and Kyabram. Smaller townships include Gunbower, Lockington, Rochester, Rushworth, Stanhope and Tongala.

Murray River Council is located along the southern border of New South Wales, with an estimated population of 12,780 with approximately 53% of the population residing in Moama. Major townships and small settlements in Murray River Council include Moama, Barham, Mathoura, Moulamein and Wakool amongst others.

Echuca Moama and townships are located directly across the state border from one another, separated by the Murray River.  Echuca and Moama are vibrant tourist towns with exciting cultural heritage, restaurant scene, sporting facilities, seemingly endless leisure and recreational options all within 2 ½ hours from Melbourne. Excellent preschool, primary and secondary education options are available. 

ERH provides a comprehensive range of acute, medical, surgical and sub-acute services plus residential aged care and a broad range of community healthcare services.

The health service has an operating budget of $106 Million and a staff base of 977 representing 603 equivalent full time staff.

With a strong focus on increasing our capacity as a sub-regional teaching health service, Echuca Regional Health employees are dedicated professionals who strive to deliver the best possible care to their community.